1. Draw and manipulate simple shapes to create vivid icons for workplace safety signage. 2. Import external objects, create unique artwork to exact specifications, and incorporate text into an Illustrator design by creating a large-format kitchen-planning guide. 3. Master use of the Pen tool -- the most critical tool in the application -- by developing a complete corporate identity package including stationery, envelopes, and business cards. 4. Explore Illustrator's many brush libraries, symbols, and patterns to develop a custom map. 5. Use advanced typography tools such as character styles, paragraph styles, and glyphs, and learn proper methods for combining imagery and complex text elements into a three-panel brochure. 6. Create original artwork using filters, effects, and transparency for retail packaging, an extremely lucrative segment of the graphic design profession. 7. Develop functional web components using Illustrator's ability to generate hot links, industry-standard XHTML, slices, and other elements required for site development. In addition, the project employs highly effective coloring functions through the use of Illustrator's Mesh tool. 8. Generate attention-grabbing qinfographicsq to present data from both internal and external sources. In the final project, the student will simulate three-dimensionality both manually, through the use of guides and two-point perspective, as well as with Adobe's built-in Transformation functions.... Suite application n $ n Toots Similar to most industrial-strength programs a especially ones from. The Illustrator CS3 User Interface 5. s L Al i. T. , \ -J. - / J1. 0. .-i -E : 6-id-:c Color [gfrj Color Guide SAs Swatches Using Adobe Bridge he;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Adobe Illustrator CS3|
|Author||:||Kendra/Poyssick, Erika Kendra|
|Publisher||:||Against The Clock - 2008-01-01|